Vienna Supreme Concerts
Music full of Viennese temperament
Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Viennese music with the Vienna Supreme Orchestra. This distinguished ensemble invites you to experience the timeless charm of elegant waltzes, invigorating polkas, and the romantic allure of arias and duets. The repertoire spans the brilliance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the emotive compositions of Franz Schubert, and the iconic works of the Strauss Dynasty, true masters of operetta.
Founded with a commitment to musical excellence, the Vienna Supreme Orchestra boasts a rich history and a roster of exceptionally talented musicians. Their international concert experience, combined with a dedication to the Viennese musical tradition, results in performances that are nothing short of magical. As you join the orchestra on this musical journey, let the soloists captivate you with their virtuosity and the entire ensemble transport you to the heart of Vienna's cultural brilliance.
In addition to instrumental brilliance, the Vienna Supreme Orchestra's concerts are a feast for the senses, featuring enchanting vocal performances and graceful ballet, adding an extra layer of artistic richness to their already captivating performances. Beyond virtuosity, the Vienna Supreme Orchestra carries the spirit of Vienna in every note. Rooted in excellent education, their performances exude the happiness, optimism, and flair synonymous with this remarkable city. The pursuit of musical perfection is not just a goal; it's a commitment that infuses every moment of their captivating performances.
The Vienna Supreme Orchestra performs all year long at the Palais Eschenbach and the Palais Niederoesterreich. Tickets are available in four categories: VIP, A, B and C, from the front row to the back. Seats are not numbered, seating will be assigned by the usher at the entrance according to ticket category. Category VIP includes a copy of the concert program and a concert CD.
- The concert duration is about 80 minutes. There is no intermission.
- Admission opens 30 minutes before the concert begins.
- The concerts include singing and ballet.
- Children up to and including the age of 2 years are not permitted at the concerts. Children up to the age of 14 require adult supervision.
- The Palais Eschenbach and the Palais Niederoesterreich are both wheelchair-accessible.
- While there is no strict dress code for the concerts, we kindly request that you consider the occasion and dress appropriately. While we encourage a tasteful and neat appearance, we also trust your judgment. Attire such as swimwear, athletic wear like cyclist shorts, and in general incomplete clothing like no shoes, flip-flops, or undershirts as tops, are not considered suitable.
Headgear is not permitted if it obstructs the view of the audience seated behind you.
- Use of the cloak room is included in the ticket price.
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The Bat is one of the most famous Operettas composed by Johann Strauss and premiered in Vienna in 1874 which is often referred to as “The Queen of Operettas”. Its Ouvertüre counts as one of his biggest creations which with its virtuosity present a challenge even for most skilled musicians. This funny and bourgeois world of 18th century Vienna is brought up on the stage of many theaters, especially during the carnival and New Year’s Eve time.
The Sound of Music
Viennese waltz has its origins back in 12th and 13th century. Most of dance historians track its roots to the old “Dreher” or “Ländler” which were until the 19th century most important folklore dances. The most famous “Ländler” which was also performed in the movie the Sound of Music of 1965 will bring you back in time for 900 years.
The Magic Flute
Even nowadays The Magic Flute is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart most performed opera worldwide. It premiered in Vienna in 1791 and was an instant success. In second part of the 18th century Viennese Clown and Magicians opera was established. Typical for this opera is the theme where love concurs against all odds and threats.
Turkish March is the third movement from one of the most famous piano sonata of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sonata No. 11 in A major. Mozart wrote it in Vienna in 1783/84. The movement has that magical combination of lightness, joy, elegance and rhythmic motion, so typical for Mozart’s music.
The Blue Danube Waltz
Is the most famous waltz composed by Johann Strauss Jr. and soon became a secret anthem of Austria. It is played every year at midnight at New Years Eve and it is like a lucky charm for the following year
The Radetzky March
Is a march composed by Johann Strauss Sr. and it was dedicated to the Field Marshal Graf Radetzky von Radetz. The annual New Year’s Concert of the Vienna Philharmonic is almost always closed by this piece. The distinctive rhythm (tatadám, tatadám, tatadámdámdám = 3 Anapests und 1 Iambus) has contributed a lot to the high popularity of this march.
Come and be a part of a truly magical evening, where the Vienna Supreme Orchestra invites you to revel in the joyous tapestry of Viennese music. Let their artistry weave together history, passion, and a celebration of the musical traditions that have made Vienna a cultural gem.Get your tickets now